All-day fresh water harvesting by microstructured hydrogel membranes

Nature | May 14th, 2021

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Solar steam water purification and fog collection are two independent processes that could enable abundant fresh water generation. We developed a hydrogel membrane that c

Bulletin No. 24, A Proposed Major Development on American River

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | January 1st, 1929

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California Simulation of Evapotranspiration of Applied Water and Agricultural Energy Use in California

Journal of Integrative Agriculture | August 15th, 2013

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The California Simulation of Evapotranspiration of Applied Water (Cal-SIMETAW) model is a new tool developed by the California Department of Water Resources and t

California's Water – Energy Relationship

California Energy Commission | November 1st, 2005

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This is an urgent time of both challenge and opportunity. The primary finding of this paper is that a major portion of the solution is closer coordination between the wat

California's Water–Energy Relationship

California Energy Commission (CEC) | November 1st, 2005

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This report examines the dynamic give-and-take relationship between California’s water and energy resources. Among many other issues, this staff report examines the s

California’s Water: Energy and Water

Public Policy Institute of California | October 1st, 2016

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Energy and water use in the state are interconnected yet managed separately. This brief describes the synergies and tradeoffs between the two sectors and proposes way

Carbon Footprint Planning: Quantifying Local and State Mitigation Opportunities for 700 California Cities

Urban Planning | April 17th, 2018

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Consumption-based greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventories have emerged to describe full life cycle contributions of households to climate change at country, st

Climate Change and Water Supply Security: Reconfiguring Groundwater Management to Reduce Drought Vulnerability

California Energy Commission (CEC) | July 31st, 2012

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Periodic droughts, projected to become more frequent and severe with climate change, present a significant planning challenge for California’s water agencies. This r

Climate Change Effects on the High-Elevation Hydropower System with Consideration of Warming Impacts on Electricity Demand and Pricing

California Energy Commission (CEC) | July 31st, 2012

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While only about 30 percent of California’s usable water storage capacity lies at higher elevations, high-elevation hydropower units generate, on average, 74 percent of

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